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Error Command Is Not Mutually Exclusive and other critical errors can occur when your Windows operating system becomes corrupted. Opening programs will be slower and response times will lag. When you have multiple applications running, you may experience crashes and freezes. There can be numerous causes of this error including excessive startup entries, registry errors, hardware/RAM decline, fragmented files, unnecessary or redundant program installations and so on.
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I highly recommend utilizing Switch Profiles to assist with keeping the configuration consistent between the vPC Peers. In this post, I will show a Switch Profile configuration example. mutually exclusive vs independent Switch Profile Prerequisites: Cisco Fabric Services over IP (CFSoIP) must be enabled mutually exclusive relationship on both switches using the command "cfs ipv4 distribute" The switch profile name must be the same on mutually exclusive statistics both peer switches You must use the Mgmt0 interface for synchronization Not supported on Nexus 7K I'll be using the same topology that I used in the Configuring Enhanced vPC (please refer https://supportforums.cisco.com/document/90456/nexus-5000-troubleshooting-guide to that diagram). The vPC domain is already setup, as are the fabric extenders. What is not shown in the diagram is that I have a server dual-homed to the first port on each FEX ( host ports would be 113/1/1 and 114/1/1). I want this server to be in PortChannel 200, on VLAN 10 and configured as "spanning-tree port type edge". Since http://virtualpedia.net/2015/05/nx-os-switch-profiles/ each FEX is being managed by both 5Ks, I'll need to make sure the configuration is entered on both switches. I'll be using switch profiles to accomplish this task The first step is to enable CFSoIP on both switches 5K2(config)# cfs ipv4 distribute 5K3(config)# cfs ipv4 distribute Next, we'll configure the switch profile. 5K2# configure sync Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z. 5K2(config-sync)# switch-profile EvPCDemo Switch-Profile started, Profile ID is 1 5K2(config-sync-sp)# sync-peers destination 10.10.210.56 5K3# config sync Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z. 5K3(config-sync)# switch-profile EvPCDemo Switch-Profile started, Profile ID is 1 5K3(config-sync-sp)# sync-peers destination 10.10.210.52 As a reminder, the switch profile name must be the same on both switches, and you must use the Mgmt0 interface for the "sync-peers destination" ip address You can verify the status by using the command "show switch-profile
Team Our Approach Clients Partners Community Involvement Careers Contact Us News & Events C-MUG Events Events News 5/42012 Carole Warner Reece Working With Cisco Nexus 5K Switch Profiles N5KNexus 5000switch profiles [Guest article from my friend Dominic Basta. Thanks again, http://www.netcraftsmen.com/working-with-cisco-nexus-5k-switch-profiles/ Dominic!] I thought I'd share my experiences working with switch profiles on Cisco Nexus5000 switches. Cisco suggest using switch profiles for the following reasons: Allows configurations to be synchronized between switches. Merges configurations when connectivity is established between two switches. Provides control of exactly which configuration gets synchronized. Ensures configuration consistency across peers through merge and mutual‐exclusion checks. Provides verify and commit semantics. Supports configuring and synchronizing mutually exclusive port profileconfigurations. Provides an import command to migrate existing vPC configurations to a switch profile. I decided to test setting Switch Profiles up to provide a single point of configuration change for our bowtie setup Nexus 5548s and 2232 FEX. The switch profiles would protect us from vPC misconfigurations and insure configuration redundancy across the parent switches. If you have a symmetric network, using port profiles to configure port-channels not mutually exclusive and the physical member ports for vPCs can be a very good idea. Here is the basic design topology of the data center row: BASIC CONCEPTS There are a couple of basic concepts to know before you start configuring the switch profile. Switch Profiles can only support a configuration sync across the Mgmt0 interfaces. For this test I cabled each Mgmt0 interface on both test-5k-sw1 and test-5k-sw2 together, you can however sync across a true out of band management network as long as the Mgmt0 interfaces are Layer 2 Adjacent. You need to pick a name to use for your switch profile. For test purposes, we will use “test-sync”. The name is case sensitive as well so if you get cute with the naming convention changing it later requires deleting the switch profile and recreating it. In theory that sounds easy but anything configured via the Switch Profile and sync’d to the second switch will now be deleted and all of your configuration lost. I have not found a way to “stamp” down the configuration into the local switches running configuration…that would be a nice addition. Swith profiles are NOT supported on the Nexus 7000 switches. SWITCH PROFILE CONFIGURATION The fiNo related pages.
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